|SOA Lite - a taste of SOA with a smidgen of web services|
|Back to Basics: Simple Database Web Services without the Need for SOA|
|AUSOUG JDeveloper 1 Day Aussie Masterclass Series|
|The great Oracle development tools debate|
What's happened to the Oracle development environment? It used to be so much easier, there was only one choice!
Come and join "the great Oracle development tools" debate. Our panel session of Oracle development experts will argue over what tools you should be considering, which is the best for your organisation, and which one is just, well, cool!
|Take a load off! Load testing your Oracle Apex or JDeveloper web applications|
This technical presentation will explain the concepts behind preparing for load testing, the Http protocol's request/response model, and live demonstrations using Oracle's Http Analyzer and Apache's JMeter to stress test your Oracle web application.
The presentation is suitable for anybody, be it DBAs or developers, who are concerned about the performance of any web based application, possibly an Apex or JDeveloper or 3rd party web application. Knowledge of Apex or JDeveloper is not mandatory for this presentation and will not be covered in any depth.
|All you (ever) needed to know about Java|
|Forms programmers never die, they just switch to JDeveloper|
|Where do we go from here? Why many IT staff are living in the past|
|SQL Developer hands-on class|
|The DBA's realm: deploying JDeveloper applications to OC4J|
|Virtual Private Database features in 10g|
|Taking an Oracle ADF Application from Design to Reality|
|JDeveloper: An IDE that moves with the Times & REA Is Where RIA Becomes the Norm|
|Q&A with Grant Ronald|
|Return to Formsville|
For those starting their Oracle Forms journey, this article attempts to explain the key architectural concepts that are common to many Oracle Forms– and Oracle Designer–based applications, including their benefits and how you can use them to your advantage. In particular, the article will focus on:
|Oracle development review|
So, regardless if you are a hot headed lamborghini lover or family of five with a people carrier, this article gives you the low down on some of Oracle's latest and best loved development tools (with not a cup-holder in sight) from Oracle experts in the Oracle development community.
"Like choosing a car or selecting a tool for some DIY at home, the choice is driven not so much by the tool, and more by the job you need to do" says Grant Ronald, Product Manager in Oracle's Application Development Tools division. "The What, Who and Where are the questions you need to be asking. This way, you tend to find your choice drawn to a specific tool, or you may decide to use a combination of tools for building your application. The key point is, you do have a choice with each tool having its own sweet spot." Grant continues “This article picks just a few of the criteria you should be considering, and with input from recognised experts commenting on their area of expertise, it gives a balanced and measured insight into the tools".
|Integrating the Oracle Designer Legacy Table API withOracle JDeveloper 11g ADF Business Components|
Fortunately, with Oracle JDeveloper 11g's various enhancements to Application Development Framework Business Components (ADF BC), such legacy code needn't be ignored or replaced. By embracing ADF BC's inherent support for calling database PL/SQL, you can give new life to your legacy Oracle Designer database systems.
This article specifically investigates integrating the Oracle Designer Table API with Oracle JDeveloper 11g (in Technical Preview 2 at the time of this writing).
|A tool with many faces: splitting a JDeveloper ADF Faces faces-config.xml file|
|Oracle RDBMS Q&A with Doug Burns|
|Oracle Application Server 10.1.3 for J2EE Beginners|
Welcome to the world of J2EE application servers and Oracle's latest flagship Oracle Application Server 10.1.3.
|JDeveloper Q&A with Steve Muench|
Monday, 30 June 2008
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